Exposing Falsehoods and Revealing Truths
I emailed this physicist in hopes that he might examine pages 19-42 in my book 'Dust' and offer an opinion. He provided his opinion and below is a copy and paste of the email exchange between us.
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In the general population Myeloma occurs at the rate of 3-9 per 100,000 people. That rate also occurs 99% of the time in people over 65 with an average age of 71. Just 1% are ever under the age of 65 in the general population.
In the population of 40,000 First Responders the rate is 1 in 534 people. This means 75 First Responders have died from Myeloma. What’s more, they have all been between 37 and 60 years of age with most under 55. These are extraordinary figures, unprecedented.…
University of California at Davis
The UC Davis DELTA Group (Detection and Evaluation of Long-range Transport of Aerosols) is a collaborative association of aerosol scientists at several universities and national laboratories in the United States. The DELTA Group has measured aerosols’ emissions from the 1991 Gulf War oil fires, volcanic eruptions, global dust storms and the Asian smogs.
The head of the DELTA Group is Professor Thomas Cahill, who…
“Tests revealed the dust to be extremely alkaline with a pH of 12.1 (out of 14). [St Louis Post-Dispatch, 2/10/02] and that some of it was as caustic as liquid drain cleaner. “We were startled at the pH level we were finding,” Swayze adds. “We knew that the cement dust was caustic, but we were getting pH readings of 12 and higher. It was obvious that precautions had to be taken to protect the workers and people returning to their homes from the dust.” Sam Vance, an environmental scientist…Continue
Added by Jeff on February 20, 2012 at 10:53am — No Comments
Added by Jeff on February 20, 2012 at 10:46am — No Comments
I'd like to ask why the elements found in the USGS dust samples, the single most comprehensive dust sampling taken during the events of 911, are never discussed?
Doesn't anyone wonder why the Sodium and Potassium are anomalous?
Where did all of the Zinc come from?
How can we achieve a 0.9897 Product Moment Correlation Coefficient with verification by 't' test statistic for the almost perfectly linear relationship between Barium and Strontium?
Added by Jeff on February 20, 2012 at 10:37am — No Comments